Brent Yarina, Senior Editor, November 24, 2015

It's an interesting question, especially in the social media age: Will Michael Geiger's game-winning kick or windmill celebration be the thing college football fans remember most about the final play in last week's Michigan State victory at Ohio State?

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The 41-yard field goal was huge, no doubt about it. It altered the College Football Playoff picture, it sent the defending national champs to their first loss in 24 games, and it put the Spartans one win away from claiming the Big Ten East crown and into the playoff discussion.

Then, there's the fantastic celebration, a moment people will forever associate with the Toledo, Ohio, native. Everywhere he goes in East Lansing from now on, chances are, people will ask him to do the windmill and/or they will recreate it to get his attention.

It's already started. Geiger was put on the videoboard at the Michigan State men's basketball game vs. Eastern Michigan on Monday night, and he delighted the crowd by mimicking his celebration. Watch it in the tweet above.

We had fun with Geiger's celebration, too, posting the below tweet Monday night.

Here's the game-winning kick, if you somehow missed it:

And who could forget this excellent postgame soundbite?